Cast - Blast - Mast - An Inklings Event
Come and have a chat with Dennis Dauble, Brad Trumbo, and Rebecca Ellison about their new books!
Wingshooting the Palouse by Brad Trumbo is a heartfelt collection of essays on upland bird hunting with Llewellin setters running the grasslands of Eastern Washington and beyond. Building the hunter/canine partnership, tasting wingshooting perfection, enjoying mystifying mistakes, and embracing cultural history make up a fraction of the ground covered among the pages of this collection that is sure to resonate with any upland hunter.
In his most personal book to date, Chasing Ghost Trout, Dennis Dauble shares the events and people that shaped his love for wild trout and the streams of Oregon’s Blue Mountains. Chasing Ghost Trout is rollicking ride through five decades of heartfelt memories that show how the spirit of family and a love of nature can carry us through life.
During Daniel O. Killman’s more than fifty years at sea, he was shipwrecked off Coos Bay, discovered gold in Alaska, was dismasted in a hurricane near Fiji, lost a rudder enroute to Adelaide, had run-ins with burea ucrats, officials, and seamen, and found himself in court facing charges of murder, all the while remaining in impeccable standing with the owners of his vessels. Edited and annotated nearly forty years after Killman’s death by prominent Pacific Coast maritime historians John Lyman and Harold D. Huycke Jr., Killman’s memoir has been compiled by Rebecca Huycke Ellison from her father’s papers, Capt. Harold D. Huycke Jr.
Forty Years Master: A Life in Sail and Steam (Marine, Maritime, and Coastal Books, sponsored by Texas A&M University at Galveston) (Hardcover)
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